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February 2005 Issue

February 2005

edit post Are You Being Blindsided by Unexpected Competition? by John Latsko February 1, 2005 A trend recently noted by a few practitioners specializing in orthotics and prosthetics is worthy

Kim Doolan Detours to Success

A career in radio and TV was the aspiration of a young, adventurous Kim Doolan. Writing and producing appealed to her. A detour led her down a different road, however

ABC Forms PR Department

William DeToro, CO, FAAOP, the new president of the American Board for Certification in Orthotics & Prosthetics (ABC), Alexandria, Virginia, and the ABC Board of Directors have approved the establishment

DS/USA Hosts Disabled Soldiers at Ski Spectacular

Marine Corp. Eddie Wright, Navy HM3 Jose Ramos, and New York Fire Department Volunteer Flip Martin enjoy the Ski Spectacular. Photo courtesy of DS/USA. Disabled Sports USA (DS/USA) hosted 30

From the Editor: A Heartfelt Loss

Amputees as well as the O&P profession lost a dedicated friend when Nancy Carroll, editor of the ACA’s inMotion and First Step, died recently. Nancy was truly an inspired and

The Truth about Licensure

Licensure: is it progress or elitism? Profession growth, or unfair restriction? However you see it, licensure is here to stay – at least in Florida. If it successfully regulates the

CAF Honors Soldiers, Others

The view looking down at LaJolla Cove for the shotgun start of the 2004 SDTC. The 11th Annual San Diego Triathlon Challenge (SDTC), the largest fund-raiser for the Challenged Athletes

Bringing Help and Hope to Guatemala

Guatemala, a country of great natural beauty, is the Mayan heartland of Central America, with impressive ruins of the ancient Mayan civilization at Tikal and elsewhere. The Mayan culture still

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